Memos to the President, 1962: 1 April-11 May

About Folder

Title
Memos to the President, 1962: 1 April-11 May
Collection
Papers of John F. Kennedy. Presidential Papers. National Security Files
Finding Aid | Digitized Content
Digital Identifier
JFKNSF-405-017
Date(s) of Materials
1962: 10 April-11 June
Folder Description
This folder contains carbon copies of McGeorge Bundy's outgoing correspondence to President John F. Kennedy on various topics, including nuclear weapons testing, as well as advice for the President regarding preparations for meetings with world leaders and other officials.
Extent / Physical Description
34 digital pages
Series
Series 11. McGeorge Bundy Correspondence.
Preferred Citation
Papers of John F. Kennedy. Presidential Papers. National Security Files. McGeorge Bundy Correspondence. Memos to the President, 1962: 1 April-11 May
Media Type
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